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Table 4 EM consequences evaluation in case studies

From: Attitudes towards cheating behavior during assessing students᾽performance: student and teacher perspectives

  Role Punishment A bad example for others Development of a bad habit Loss of authority and trust Lack of knowledge Hurt emotions Injustice Other It is not correct to denounce a friend
Case study 2 Total 135 Teacher 8 3 1 2 14 3 3 0  
% 5.93 2.22 0.74 1.48 10.37 2.22 2.22 0  
Student 14 8 7 0 47 5 3 17  
% 10.37 5.93 5.19 0 34.81 3.70 2.22 12.59  
Case study 3Total 108 Teacher 8 2 2 15 1 1 4 1  
% 10.81 2.70 2.70 20.27 1.35 1.35 5.41 1.35  
Student 43 5 7 8 3 2 0 6  
% 58.11 6.76 9.46 10.81 4.05 2.70 0 8.11  
Case study 4Total 146 Teacher 3 2 2 18 5 1 9 0  
% 2.05 1.37 1.37 12.33 3.42 0.68 6.16 0  
Student 9 1 14 36 4 1 27 14  
% 6.16 0.68 9.59 24.66 2.74 0.68 18.49 9.59  
Case study 5Total 129 Teacher 3 3 3 3 20 1 0 0 1
% 2.33 2.33 2.33 2.33 15.50 0.78 0 0 0.78
Student 28 3 10 16 33 1 1 4 4
% 21.71 2.33 7.75 12.40 25.58 0.78 0.78 3.10 3.10
Case study 6Total 147 Teacher 3 13 3 1 11 3 2 1 3
% 2.04 8.84 2.04 0.68 7.48 2.04 1.36 0.68 2.04
Student 19 10 30 0 25 14 0 12  
% 12.93 6.80 20.41 0 17.01 9.52 0 8.16  
Case study 7Total 158 Teacher 5 6 11 4 3 4 2 3  
% 3.16 3.80 6.96 2.53 1.90 2.53 1.27 1.90  
Student 13 8 38 14 5 9 1 32  
% 8.23 5.06 24.05 8.86 3.16 5.70 0.63 20.25  
Case study 8Total 131 Teacher 3 8 3 5 13 0 4 0  
% 2.29 6.11 2.29 3.82 9.92 0 3.05 0  
Student 26 12 8 1 38 0 5 5  
% 19.85 9.16 6.11 0.76 29.01 0 3.82 3.82